The new Citroën C4 is manufactured by the Stellantis factory in Madrid, which reports that 16% of the models produced are electric.
Launched a few months ago, the third generation of the Citroën C4 is available in a zero-emission version (Citroën ë-C4) which is animated by a 100% electric motorization of 136 horsepower and 260 Nm of torque, associated with a 50 kWh battery for an advertised range of 350 km.
New Citroën C4: the electric version also produced in Madrid
This model is the first electrified vehicle to be assembled on the lines of the Stellantis plant in Madrid, Spain, which produces all of the new Citroën C4s. In the past, this Spanish site has also manufactured the Citroën C3, C3 Pluriel, C4 Cactus, Peugeot 207, and 207 CC. The director of the production center, Eric Brochard, recently announced that the electric version represented 16% of Citroën C4 produced.
“ Being the production center chosen to manufacture the new generation of Citroën C4 has been an honor and a challenge for the teams that are part of the Center of Madrid. The plant has transformed its infrastructure, technologies, and working methods to be able to support one of the most innovative sedans on the market, “commented the manager.
But an engine made in France
If the new compact chevron sedan is made in Spain, its electric motor is produced in France, in Trémery near Metz (57): the Moselle plant of Stellantis, specializing in powertrains, should produce 180,000 copies of this engine this year called e-GMP, with an acceleration of the pace which should bring it to a volume 900,000 units per year, by 2025.
Source: Europa Press
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